Scottish Ministers have “called in” the controversial Coul Links golf course proposal.
Controversial plans to develop a golf course on a site of scientific interest have been called in by the Scottish Government.
A final decision on whether the controversial plan for a golf course at Coul Links in Sutherland will be allowed to go ahead has been delayed by another month.
A leading conservation boss has called for a major overhaul of planning laws to save historic heritage sites across the country, including Culloden Battlefield.
East Sutherland is poised to get its controversial new golf course after the latest twist in the saga of Coul Links - but acrimony remains in the decision’s wake.
Councillors will finally decide next week on plans for the controversial Coul Links golf course in east Sutherland - with officials continuing to recommend refusal.
Councillors yesterday signalled they will go against their planning officials by voicing unanimous support for the controversial Coul Links golf course in east Sutherland.
Councillors face a huge decision next week after their officials recommended refusing the controversial Coul Links golf course in east Sutherland.
Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has dropped all but one of its objections to the controversial Coul Links golf course plans in east Sutherland.
Campaigners fighting plans for a new “world class” golf course in the Highlands have questioned the economic impact claims of the developers.
A US town mayor says the billionaire developer behind the Coul Links golf course plans will ensure the project is “good for the economy and good for the environment”.
More than 1,170 objections have been lodged with Highland Council’s planning department over controversial plans for the Coul Links gold course development in Sutherland.
Plans to create a “world class” golf course in Sutherland have taken a step forward after a key objector withdrew their concern.
The president of a leading golf travel company says the proposed Coul Links golf course in Sutherland would be a “modern masterpiece” that would have an “unimagined positive impact” for the Highlands.
Nicola Sturgeon has dismissed claims that her officials interfered in plans for a controversial Highland golf course - amid warnings they risked repeating mistakes made during Donald Trump’s Aberdeenshire application.
One of the hurdles threatening to bunker plans for a world-class golf course in Sutherland is about to be cleared, claim developers.
Developers driving forward controversial plans for a new golf course in Sutherland have accused opponents of issuing a “mish-mash of inaccuracies and inventions”.
The developers behind the Coul Links golf course plans say a coalition of conservation groups are scaremongering over the project’s environmental impact.
Conservation groups have backed an official objection to the plans for Coul Links golf course from the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa).
A bird protection charity is the latest conservation organisation to object to plans for a new golf course at Coul Links in East Sutherland.
A petition opposing plans for a new golf course at Coul Links has been signed by more than 84,000 people, two weeks before the deadline for objections.
The National Trust for Scotland has formally objected to the plans for a new golf course at Coul Links in Sutherland.
The company which owns a hotel beside Royal Dornoch golf course has backed the controversial Coul Links proposals - and announced plans for a £1 million hotel extension.
The developer behind a proposed new Sutherland golf course claims RSPB Scotland has ignored its plans to stop the shooting of protected birds at the site.
A north councillor has claimed objectors are exaggerating the impact on bird life at the site of of a proposed new golf course in Sutherland.
A north community has erupted in fury at politicians they say are trying to hijack plans for a major golf course in Sutherland.
Conservation groups have lodged a joint objection to plans for a new Highland golf course.
Eighty-five percent of local residents are now in favour of building a new championship golf course in East Sutherland, says the developer behind the plans.
The lead ecologist in the battle to build Donald Trump’s Aberdeenshire golf course claims plans for a new Highland course are “not fit for purpose”.
Building one of the world’s top golf courses in Sutherland could attract thousands of visitors each year and turn the region into an international destination, it is claimed.
In the past two years, many have protested against the idea of building of a new golf course at Coul Links.
Major plans have been submitted for a “world class” golf course which could make the Highlands Scotland’s third major golfing destination and generate hundreds of local jobs.